Larry Cohen, Writer-Director of Cult Horror Films ‘It’s Alive’ and ‘The Stuff,’ Dies at 77

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Larry Cohen, Writer-Director of Cult Horror Films ‘It’s Alive’ and ‘The Stuff,’ Dies at 77
Writer-director Larry Cohen, the man behind cult horror film classics like “It’s Alive,” “It Lives Again,” “Special Effects,” “The Stuff” and “A Return to Salem’s Lot,” has died. He was 77.

The announcement was made on his Facebook page: “The entire #KingCohen team mourns the loss of its star, hero and King, #LarryCohen. His unparalleled talents were surpassed only by his giant heart. The impact he made on television and cinema will be felt forever, and our deepest condolences go out to his family, friends and fans.”

Cohen’s career in television and film began as a writer on procedural crime shows of the ’60s and ’70s, like “The Fugitive,” “The Invaders,” “Columbo” and “The Defenders,” along with the latter’s spinoff, “Coronet Blue,” which he created.

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In 1974, he wrote and directed the horror film “It’s Alive,” about a mutant and murderous baby monster.
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